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Sneak PeekTop Cow

Top Cow’s vampire series Impaler #4 arrives in stores next week, and the company sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the issue.

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20th Century FoxBoom StudiosPress Release

If Boom! Studios was the company to watch in 2008, then the company is the one to cause the bigger companies to quake in 2009 as the company continues to make major announcements left and right.  The latest has Fox Atomic, a division of 20th Century Fox, teaming up with Boom! for a Fox Atomic Comics imprint under the Boom! banner. Check out the entire press release for the full details.

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IDW PublishingPress Release

For girls living in Juarez, Mexico, life can be brief, brutal, and tends to end bloody. Some say up to 200 are “missing”… others less optimistic say 400 or more.  Someone or something has made killing them a sport, and the authorities are less than motivated when it comes to solving the crimes. Girls have gone “missing” in Juarez for as long as anyone can remember, and like the hellish drudgery of the factories most of them work in, it’s become a way of life. And besides, what are a few more dead girls in a place like this?

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Sneak PeekTop Cow

Like vampires?  Want a totally different take on Dracula?  Then check out Top Cow’s Impaler #1 that arrives in stores this week.  Top Cow was kind enough to send Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the first issue, that you can see after the jump.

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Sneak PeekTop Cow

Top Cow has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the first volume of Impaler, a tale sent during the time of Vlad Tepes, and follows the anti-hero who must save the world from a plague of vampires.    The series only ran three issues at Image Comics before it was canceled.  Now, you can read the complete story in one book.  Take the jump for the complete first issue of the six issue mini-series.

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SolicitationsTop Cow

Top Cow sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in December 2008.

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